IN REVENUES - SNC

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IN REVENUES - SNC
Corporate fact sheet
OUR WORKFORCE
Who we are
COUNTS APPROXIMATELY
37,000
Founded in 1911, SNC-Lavalin is one of the leading engineering and construction groups in the world
and a major player in the ownership of infrastructure. From offices in over 50 countries, SNC-Lavalin's
employees are proud to build what matters. Our teams provide engineering, procurement construction,
completions and commissioning services together with a range of sustaining capital services to clients in
our four industry sectors, oil and gas, mining and metallurgy, infrastructure and power. SNC-Lavalin can
also combine these services with its financing and operations and maintenance capabilities to provide
complete end-to-end project solutions.
EMPLOYEES
SPEAKS
60
Discover our sectors
We're focused on four key sectors: Infrastructure, Mining & Metallurgy, Oil & Gas and Power.
Across these sectors, we're working to ensure that our people deliver as promised to clients, that our
operations are efficient, and our company is ethical and profitable.
LANGUAGES
80
REPRESENTS SOME
Infrastructure
NATIONALITIES
Mining & Metallurgy
Power
Oil & Gas
Services
We are one of very few firms with world-class expertise at scale in financing & asset management,
engineering, procurement, construction, training, and operations & maintenance.This is a key differentiator
in our industry, and a powerful vehicle for delivering outstanding value to our stakeholders.
AND WORKS FROM
OFFICES ACROSS
50
COUNTRIES
Capital
$10 BILLION
IN REVENUES
Engineering
Procurement
Construction
O&M
2015 revenues*
*As at March 3, 2016.
By industry
segment
41%
Oil & Gas
19%
Infrastructure
& Construction
19%
Power
By geographic
area
Operations
& Maintenance
51%
North America
6%
Latin America
8%
Mining &
Metallurgy
22%
Middle East
& Africa
5%
Europe
2%
Capital
16%
Asia-Pacific
11%
Ethics &
compliance
Our values
We set a clear goal: to become the global benchmark for ethics and
compliance in our industry and a clean-business role model worldwide
Our Compliance Program consists of three pillars: Prevent, Detect and
Respond. This comprehensive system helps ensure all business activity
across our Company is carried out in accordance with the highest
standards of ethics and compliance.
Teamwork and
excellence
Health & safety, security
and environment
Customer focus
Ethics & compliance
Strong investor returns
Respect
Key Projects
Infrastructure
In 2015, the Canadian government
chose Signature on the SaintLawrence Group to replace this
important aging gateway. As the
partnership’s major equity partner,
we’ll design, build, finance, operate,
maintain and rehabilitate the
Champlain Bridge Corridor.
The Ontario government selected
Crosslinx Transit Solutions General
Partnership to design, build, finance,
maintain and rehabilitate the Eglinton
Crosstown Light Rail Transit (LRT)
line. The project earned a 2015 Gold
Award in project financing from the
Canadian Council for Public- Private
Partnerships.
In partnership with Sinopec
Engineering Group (SEG), we’re
delivering one of the world’s largest
and most advanced sulphuric acid
complexes for Saudi Arabian mining
and metals leader Ma’aden. The
program’s trainee employment rate
is at 100%.
Roy Hill is the world’s largest –
ever private, land based mining
and infrastructure project. The
integrated mine and processing
facilities, port and 344-kilometre
heavy haulage rail line will ensure
that Australia remains the globe’s
top iron ore exporter.
The contracts, awarded to us by
Saudi Aramco are part of the
national oil company’s onshore
maintain potential program. We’ll
install or upgrade well tie-in piping
as well as supervisory control and
data acquisition (SCADA) and
remote terminal units.
We’ve been involved in four contracts on
the INPEX-operated Ichthys Project
Onshore LNG facilities since 2012,
including two partnerships. We’ve
hosted 45 apprentices to date through
client and government-funded
programs, our own Electrical Trade
Assistants and received accolades for
our exemplary commitment to safety.
In January 2016, Ontario Power
Generation awarded our joint
venture a $2.75 billion contract for
the Darlington nuclear
refurbishment project. We will
extend the life of the station’s four
Candu® 935-MW reactors: replacing
each reactor's calandria tubes, fuel
channels and feeders.
The new John Hart Generating
Station facility in Vancouver is
Canada’s first P3 in the power sector.
We are designing a new facility and
moving the hydroelectric facilities
underground. In 2019, we’ll
decommission the old facility and
maintain the new station for 15 years.
Mining & Metallurgy
Oil & Gas
Power

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